Park Studios Atlanta

Studio Review: Leslie and Dusty Photography

This cheerful 1-year session Leslie & Dusty Photography documented at Park Studios has us thinking about the small moments parents want to remember forever and ever. Allow our space to help you capture the little things … from those tiny toes, to baby grins. Read on for a review from Leslie & Dusty Photography, below:

Park Studios is the perfect blank slate for photographers. From the second I took a tour of the space – I couldn’t wait to get my clients in! The light is SO beautiful. I felt so comfortable in the space and so did my clients. I can’t wait to shoot here again.

– Leslie and Dusty

 

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Studio Review: Leah Eversley

This was a headshots session for the Bell Agency, a model agency for kids. I normally work on location, but this time around I wanted something different. A fellow photographer sent me a link to Park Studios, and I knew I had to book! I fell in love with all the white walls — what a photographer’s dream (insert heart eyes).

The studio has a backdrop wall with two different patterns. This made it very easy for me to transition from a white wall, to backdrop, even to the full size bed that is also in the studio (you know how little kids love moving around). I love this space because when I was working with one child, the other was in the play room with mom. Oh, and what a lovely play room it is!

I think the best part for me was meeting Kyu and Alice. Upon arriving, I was meet with a warm smile from Kyu. He was there to help me out with anything I needed. After the session, I stayed longer (it was raining really hard) and got to know the husband and wife team. They are such a sweet couple, and I look forward to working at their studio again. Thank you, Kyu and Alice, for providing this beautiful studio for other photographers to use.

– Leah Eversley

 

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NAPCP’s New Creative Space

Park Studios is elated to be the site of the new offices of the National Association of Professional Child Photographers (NAPCP). This clean and light-filled space serves as an ideal area, free of clutter, to allow ideas to flow and flourish.

For the past decade, Alice and Kyu Park, of Alice Park Photography, NAPCP, and now Park Studios, knew they wanted a space for their creative ventures to flourish. More than that, somewhere that would encourage other artists and entrepreneurs in their businesses and crafts as well. So when they found the Buckhead property that now houses the new NAPCP office, they wasted no time.

We love that the majority of this space is dedicated to areas in which to collaborate and gather, and that there is an entire nook cleverly designed for the children and parents of NAPCP to relax and spend time together. Alice and Kyu knew they wanted a space that would work with the open concept Alice craved, and also that would reflect the value the Parks and NAPCP place on teamwork.

It is our hope that the NAPCP team will stay motivated because they love their jobs, are always experiencing new types of creativity, are learning new things, and are having fun! What a beautiful vision. Best wishes to you, NAPCP, as you move forward on this exciting, fresh path!

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